Both the College and the BC Pharmacy Association have received some concerns that the vial for the paralyzing agent rocuronium bromide (DIN 02318415) is visually very similar to the vial for the Fluviral influenza vaccine.
As recently approved by the Board, the College filed amendments to the Fee Schedules under the HPA Bylaws and PODSA Bylaws, with the Ministry of Health, in accordance with the College’s 2019/2020 budget. These fee increases were initially approved at the February 2019 meeting as part of the College’s...
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Health Canada and Pfizer warn that some EpiPen and EpiPen Jr auto-injector devices may not slide out of their carrier tube easily, or at all.
The College would like to thank pharmacists in the Metropolitan Vancouver (District 1), Vancouver Island/Coastal (District 3), Northern BC (District 5), and Community Hospitals (District 7) that voted in the 2019 Board elections.
[Update - October 7, 2019]